Ant1 wrote: Billy Stark wrote:
RickyRosa wrote:Ant your so wrong when you say it's all luck.
Benny makes an excellent point and observation.
If you look at his record he's a DT winner, I came 3rd and 5th in two different Euro competitions within months of each other, this I can assure you wasn't just down to luck.
Months of research, late nights, dedication, a will to succeed and most importantly a clear defined strategy (not just three words, I genuinely had a plan).
I chose a high risk/high reward strategy and played to win.
If you look at my teams in the FISO league, I have 3 in the top 10.
Not one of them have a Man U block.
In poker 90 percent of players are losers, with less than 1 percent of players being big winners, the same players win over and over again over the long run, the same players lose over the long run or get better, they're called fish.
I would argue if you don't have a plan at this stage, without wishing to cause offence, you are dead money.
Same as 99 percent of all DT players.
Me, I plan to win and I have a process and structure to deliver success, I may fail, my strategy is high risk, though, I am sure, it is potentially a winning strategy.
You know what they say.....
Aim for the stars....
Months of research and late nights?
You need to get out more
....all that research for 8 Man U players + 3 others.
Just imagine how much later, the late nights would be, if they could be arsed to put ALL the players in the comp.
You still don't get it do you?
Man U is not the way to go unless your lucky enough to be one of the top teams and even then it's a risk, yours simply backing the favourite, just like last year, when everyone went Barca or Bayern, which was all well and good if you were one of the top teams, I would have done the same, but I wasn't, so I didn't.
If you go united and your off the pace how can you ever possibly catch the front runners.
By picking the player who scores a hat trick?
The people who do this really are leaving it down to luck, It's no wonder they don't win, especially as the game has such a polarised range of players.
Highly improbable that the Man U will not yield a successful out come, highly probable that it will fail, thus making a bad bet.
Mugs make bad bets, punters, losers, fish, what ever you want to call them.
You say I don't mention or talk about strategy, this is what pulp alludes to him his thinly veiled post (you are better than that mate) the above is strategy discussion, I'm not telling you how to win, just how not to lose.
Yet you don't want to engage in debate, would rather take the p iss
That's what Billy likes to do, been posting since 2009 and ain't won shit, ever wonder why Billy? (Please do correct me if I'm wrong, though I bet I ain't)
As I have said before, no wonder people like Sandor don't post here.